Easter time in Murcia.
We were looking forward to those free days that are already inherent to Holy Week, to be able to disconnect. Despite the restrictions caused by the pandemic, we can take advantage of these days to discover the wonderful corners that are in our Murcia's land still unknown to some of us, so we are going to get the most positive side of it and enjoy everything that we can offer you in this beautiful region. Ideas for those of us who are in Murcia and notes for future visits from those who are a little further away.
In Murcia, if we have something, it is diversity, and that why we have to feel very lucky, since this helps us to be able to choose between different places for our destination. In addiction, the good weather that we have always gives us a good reason to enjoy our time, whether it i son the beach oir in the mountains, and even on many occasions, both at the same time.
Enjoy Murcia city walking through its most historic streets or even visiting inland towns to taste the best gastronomy accompanied by a good wine from one of the three Denominations of Origin found in our region, although we recommend you our beloved D.O. Yecla.
If your destination is going to be the beach, then you can enjoy its wide warm coastline from San Pedro del Pinatar to Águilas, with beaches even up to 19 kilometers of white sand, in the famous area of La Manga del Mar Menor, of course. But if you decide on the beach-mountain binomial, you should not miss visiting the Calblanque Regional Park, that more than a beach it is a succession of sandy areas separated by cliffs where you can see the best example of the coastal ecosystem in the Murcia region.
If you like more to visit inland areas, you have at your disposal unusual places that will leave you speechless, such as Moratalla, in the northwest, with a fascinating mountainous environment that you can explore on its hiking trails. Although, speaking of mountains, in Yecla, we have our magical Arabí Mountain, with great geological and archaeological interest, where erosion has come over time shaping this very interesting place, as can be seen in its Horadada cave. If you come here, do not stay with the desire to visit us. Finishing this excursion with a wine tasting led by our always smiling companion Raquel at Bodegas CASTAÑO and taste the art of monastrell made wine and then be able to pair them with succulent typical dishes from the area in any of the establishments in Yecla.
If you are one of the lucky ones who will spend these days in Murcia and want to know more about the tastings at Bodegas CASTAÑO, scan the following QR code with your mobile. But if you still can't get close, remember that we will be waiting for you here so scan the QR code as well and start planning your next get away.